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Lotus of Life Mission:

To promote social, emotional, and psychological wellness through effective and goal oriented counseling to individuals, couples and families.

Lotus of Life Core Values:

  • All individuals should have access to affordable mental health services

  • Navigating the mental health system should not be a barrier to receiving services

  • Therapists best support the individuals they serve by exhibiting compassion, empathy and empowerment through authentic connections

  • Individuals are best served in an environment of understanding and openness

Meet Our Providers

Leigh About Me

Leigh Devine, LCSW

Lotus of Life Counseling was grown out of a desire to serve individuals and families in Indiana across the lifespan in a safe, supportive environment. Therapy is offered both in person in our Westfield office and virtually. 

Owner and Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Leigh Devine, uses a variety of treatment modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Strength-Based, Solutions-Focused and Mindfulness in order to provide individualized treatment. Leigh is also certified in a treatment method for disordered eating called EDIT. See below for more information on that.

Leigh accepts United Healthcare, Anthem, Aetna, Cigna, Medicaid, and out-of-pocket forms of payment. 

Leigh is certified in a method called EDIT for treatment of food related disorders. EDIT involves the practice of these principles:

  • Love Your Self - improve body image and enhance self-esteem

  • Be True to Your Self - enjoy intuitive eating instead of dieting

  • Express Your Self - safely explore and resolve your core issues

  • Give to Your Self - replace addictive behaviors with self-care

  • Believe in Your Self - prevent relapse and enjoy lasting freedom


Leigh is currently on a waiting list. To be added to the waitlist, please contact us here.

Dawn About Me

Dawn Lambert
Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Dawn specializes in anxiety, depression and adjustment-to-life changes including accepting chronic illness and working through grief.

She believes therapy is a collaborative, individualized process, and recognizes that healing looks different for every client. Dawn views the world through a lens of curiosity, and combines that with empathy, logic, and creativity to address each client’s unique goals.
Through a safe, compassionate, and non-judgmental space, clients are invited to enter a path into discovery and enrichment which presents openings to explore thought patterns and changes they seek to make in their lives. Realizing change can be overwhelming, Dawn develops treatment plans using cognitive behavioral strategies enhanced by the acceptance commitment therapy approach of values-based change.
She utilizes self-compassion tools as well as mindfulness, person-centered and strengths-based techniques, all while honoring clients’ unique needs as a way of helping them achieve balance and an attitude of acceptance.
Dawn is accepting new clients both virtually and in person at the Westfield, IN, location.
She accepts Aetna, UHC, Cigna, Anthem, BCBS, Medicaid and out-of-pocket forms of payment.

Tatenda About Me

Tatenda Kunaka 
Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Tatenda received her Bachelor’s in Psychology from IUPUI and her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Marian University Indianapolis. Tatenda has worked in a variety of settings including schools, an inpatient psychiatric hospital, and in community mental health as a mental health therapist. Tatenda has experience working with individuals who struggle with depression, anxiety, stress, relationship issues, adjustment issues, mood disorders, trauma/trauma related issues, and communication issues.


Tatenda enjoys working with middle adolescence and adults. She is committed to helping individuals navigate daily stressors and life challenges. She is passionate about helping people improve well-being and become the best version of themselves. Tatenda uses a variety of approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, person centered therapy, and strengths-based therapy.

In her free time, Tatenda enjoys playing tennis with friends, doing yoga, and traveling.

Tatenda is accepting clients both virtually and in person at the Westfield location.


Tatenda accepts Cigna, UHC, Aetna, BCBS, Medicaid and out-of-pocket forms of payment.

Lindsea About Me
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Lindsea Kelley
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate

Lindsea has an associate license in Mental Health Counseling from Eastern Michigan University. She received her master’s degree in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling from Walden University. Lindsea has extensive experience working with developmental disorders and providing in-home therapy as well as services focused on substance use.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is Lindsea's main therapeutic modality. She also incorporates Motivational Interviewing, and Solution Focused practices when working with clients. Lindsea prefers to adapt the therapeutic approach to meet the needs of the client. Lindsea is eager to make a positive impact in the community by assisting clients achieve their individual goals.

Lindsea is able to see clients with Anthem, BCBS, Cigna, Aetna, Medicaid and reduced out of pocket rates. She is available for virtual or in person appointments at our Westfield location.

Addison About Me

Addison Rump
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate

After graduating from Indiana University Bloomington with a degree in Psychology, Addison received her Masters in Counseling at IUPUI. Addison specializes in trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, and loves working with teens and adults to help develop coping skills to manage life stressors and mental health. She has worked in a variety of settings, including a recovery center for substance abuse, an outpatient mental health center for those struggling with severe mental illnesses, and the IPS school system. Addison utilizes several treatment modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solutions-Focused, Strength Based, and Person-Centered Therapy. In her free time, Addison enjoys being outside, going to the gym, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. Addison is accepting clients 13+ for in person and virtual appointments. She accepts Aetna, Anthem, BCBS, Cigna, Medicaid and reduced rate out of pocket forms of payment.

Melissa About Me

Melissa Wilson 

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

I have been a social worker and therapist for 14 years which has provided me the
opportunity to work with many people that come with a variety of backgrounds, cultures,
and life experiences. Much of my work has been with individuals and families facing
extreme challenges that come from serious illness and supporting ways in which our
physical, emotional, and mental health are interconnected. I’m experienced in working
with people who are living with anxiety, depression, grief, loss, trauma, substance use,
serious illness and relationship/family dynamic issues. If you decide that we may be a
good fit, you can expect to find a therapist who is empathic, respectful, and
nonjudgmental. I will always be honest with you and will challenge you when needed. I
am here to help guide you through life’s stressors and assist you in meeting goals
based on your values and what is most meaningful. My ultimate goal is to create a safe,
open space for you to explore your concerns and learn new strategies to cope with and
heal from the difficulties you have been experiencing.
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I have experience using a variety of evidence
based treatments including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment
Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy which is
an eye movement therapy) . An individualized and holistic approach to care is highly
effective in supporting emotional health and growth, and I will work alongside you to find
what works best.

Adaliah About Me
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Adaliah Brown
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate

Adaliah’s goal is to help individuals and couples live their best lives

possible by fostering self-esteem and overall well-being. Specializing in trauma-informed and spiritually

integrated therapy for adults aged 18 and above, Adaliah provides a safe and supportive space for those dealing

with anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, and SMI diagnosis. By integrating evidence-based modalities

such as CBT, DBT, mindfulness, psychodynamic elements, and somatic skills, Adaliah empowers her clients to

navigate mental health challenges, develop healthy coping strategies, and cultivate a sense of peace and

fulfillment. She is passionate about working with her clients to building self-esteem, improving self-confidence, and embracing

personal growth. Together you will embark on a therapeutic journey towards empowering you to live your best life.  Adaliah is accepting clients both virtually and in person at the Westfield location. As well as in person at our east side satellite location, located at New Beginnings Fellowship Church. 

Adaliah accepts Cigna, Aetna, BCBS, Anthem, Medicaid and reduced out-of-pocket forms of payment.

Mackenzie About Me
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Mackenzie Sims
Masters Level Intern


 As a Masters level Counseling Intern, with Walden University, she is working towards the LMHCA. Mackenzie believes in taking a holistic approach to counseling. She utilizes various therapeutic techniques including Family Systems Theory, Play and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to better understand and work with clients. 

Mackenzie  provides services for  children, teens, and adults! She accepts Anthem/ BCBS, Medicaid, Cigna and reduced self pay rates.

 Jennifer Roland
Masters Level Intern

As a Masters level Social Work Intern, she is working towards her MSW degree. Jennifer has spent the last 11 years as a high school teacher, and through that has developed a passion for working with teens and young adults. She is particularly interested in companioning clients as they process grief and loss, recognizing that grief and loss can also encompass life transitions. Jennifer focuses on relationship building through a warm, empathetic, collaborative and person-centered therapeutic approach. She follow's Dr. Wolfelt's philosophy of companioning the mourner, and is also a member of the Association of Death Education and Counseling. Jennifer is interested in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness and strengths-based techniques to better understand and empower her clients. Jennifer is accepting new clients both virtually and in person at the Westfield location. 

Jennifer Roland
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